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Nancy Collins: Xerox Seeks Public Sector Case Mgmt Growth Through Consilience Buy

cloudITXerox (NYSE: XRX) has purchased Austin, Texas-based case management and workflow automation software provider Consilience Software for an undisclosed amount.

Eleven U.S. states, seven U.S. cities and two states in Australia use Consilience’s web-based and cloud-built Maven tool to manage information through the use of data and process agencies, Xerox said Friday.

Consilience has 40 employees and has offices in both Austin and Waltham, Massachusetts.

“The company’s case management system strengthens Xerox’s suite of offerings for addressing the pent-up demand for modernizing government, ” said Nancy Collins, president of Xerox’s state enterprise solutions group.

Agencies have also adopted Maven to automate case lifcycles from the initiation phase through to reporting functions, Xerox says.

Maven works to automate workflows for processes related to documents and labor and is also built to integrate legacy systems for planning, reporting, program evaluation and anti-fraud activities.

Xerox will offer Maven for child support and government benefit disbursement services to complement the software’s deployments for public health, labor and human services functions.

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